Bills LB Tremaine Edmunds injury status called ‘day-to-day’

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Buffalo Bills head coach Sean McDermott updated the status of his team’s middle linebacker in Tremaine Edmunds on Monday following a 45-17 win over the New York Jets.

Per the coach, Edmunds might soon return.

“Tremaine is improving. Day-to-day at this point, I’ll know more moving forward here,” McDermott said via video conference.

After playing every snap against the Jacksonville Jaguars in Week 9, Edmunds did not practice all of last week. He was declared out well before kickoff on Friday, the day of the week the team will release their final injury reports.

Considering the circumstances, it’s unclear when Edmunds was injured. He has been dealing with a hamstring issue.

Without Edmunds in Week 10, the Bills (6-3) more than weathered the storm, blowing out the Jets.

Filling in was AJ Klein, who had a strong game, He notched seven tackles, including two for loss and a pass defended.

In Sunday’s game, the Bills appeared to leave it without any bumps and bruises. The only one was wide receiver Isaiah McKenzie, who briefly left the contest but returned.

McKenzie scored one of Buffalo’s four rushing touchdowns in New York. Just to be sure, McDermott did add on Monday that McKenzie was “fine.”

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